Kartrider Drift's Second Closed Beta Is Just Around The Corner
It's taken a little while to get there -- about six months -- but Kartrider Drift is ready for another round of closed beta testing. The game's second closed beta test is scheduled to kick off in two-and-a-half weeks on June 3. When it does, all players who participated in the initial test in December will be invited back. Anyone who wasn't able to be part of that test will need to apply to join. Of course, they will also need to have a Nexon account.
While Nexon has not stated exactly how long this test will last, they will be accepting signups until June 8 -- which means that the test should last at least that long. Otherwise, what's the point? That said, invites for the test will start rolling out on June 1st, after the closed beta pre-download becomes available.
Players will also want to make sure they live in a region that the game is currently available in if they'd like to participate. The good news is that the list is pretty lenghty, so everyone's chances seem pretty good.
Another important thing to note is that unlike the previous beta, players will not be locked into a single platform. Those who recieve keys this time around will get three -- one each for Steam, the Nexon Launcher, and Xbox One. If you're planning on playing on PC, you will want to check and make sure your computer fits the system requirements. They seem pretty average so, again, most people should be good.
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